Police: Five Dead In Bracken County Fire

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Updated: 7/13/2013 11:19 pm

State Police said five people are dead after a fire in Bracken County.

They said the fire started at 3056 Brooksville-Powersville Road in Brooksville.

That's according to troopers who said crews took five people out of the house and also sent a man to the University of Cincinnati Hospital. They said man is still unconscious and that there may have been more people inside.

The identities of the victims have not been released yet.

Police said the road in front of the house was closed for several hours.

They are not sure what caused the fire.

A vigil was also held tonight at Braken County High School for the victims.

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